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12.06.2012

The Power Word: Gold Podcast - Episode 049


Episode 049 of The Power Word: Gold Podcast. We bring you the latest World of Warcraft gold-making tips, tricks and strategies.

In this week's episode your host Jim Younkin looks back over what's happened with Power Word: Gold in 2012, where it's going in the future and much more. And now on with the show!

Episode 049:
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Episode 049 Show Notes


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4 comments:

  1. I like where this is all going. You have done great with the live streams. You are fun to watch so I know that seeing you do other games is fun to me. I have enjoyed what you've done so far with Descent and Wizorb. Keep up the good work! I love my monk too, one of my favorite classes.

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  2. Hey Jim! I'd just like to thank you for the great podcasts and very helpful information that you share on the blog. Sorry to hear that you couldn't make as much from it as you'd like, but just keep at bringing out quality content and doing what you love. :) You have some great guests here as well, you and Nev make a kickass team. Seasons greetings to you and cheers to a prosperous new year.

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words. I love doing this and that's why I'll continue. All is not lost though I've learned a ton and will continue to refine things as time goes on.

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